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I have a 95 Honda Accord V6. I had to get a computer put in it and ever since went i try to go over 85 it just doesnt go past it. It sounds like something is clogged or something. Wont go over 3000RPMs. I dont know what the problem is. People say its my O2 or Speed censors. I dont know.

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There are a lot of possibilities. whay did you replace the ECU(computer)? sounds like you got the wrong ecu...

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